Monday, August 10, 2009

Georgia Trout Streams, Fly Hatches and More!

North Georgia Trout, Man do I miss Them!

What is it about North Georgia's trout streams that draws thousands of anglers each weekend to some of the South's most popular rivers? It could be the fact that Georgia has over 4,000 miles of Trout stream water and I can honestly say that during my days at UGA and living in Atlanta, I fished a great deal of them! Whether it was my personal favorite of the Chattooga, Dicks Creek, Toccoa or the Chattahooooooooochee. I now live in Denver and the closest trout water is around 30 minutes yet I could drive only 15 minutes to a local trout spot when I lived in Atl, that seems wild but true!

For the Top Trout Streams in Georgia look no further, checkout this site for the Top 10 sites to fish in Georgia and information on how to fish them. Also for the latest in Hatch reports can help find out what's flying around you and what to throw. With so much water to fish, water flows that change each day due to rainshowers -or lack there of as of late, and most importantly where the crowds won't be, the information listed here will hopefully make your day out a bit better.


Georgia's DNR has really done a ton to help improve the trout habitat in the state of Georgia and to revive areas that were in danger to a healthy trout population. For updated news on updated stocking reports, delayed harvest waters, seasons, fishing reports and more! Georgia's Dept or Natural Resources has every trout fisherman's answer to catching nore trout and recent fishing reports. Also some additional resources that I've been fortunate enough to attend include the Georgia Trout Unlimited Council, Atlanta Fly Fishing Club, and I lived a few blocks away from Atlanta's go to Fly shop that needs no introduction The Fish Hawk.

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Anonymous said...

I miss North Carolina myself but Georgia aint to bad either. No complaints though living here in Montana.


Troutdawg said...

Montana would be tough to beat I don'tcare who you are. Something about the Mtn Laurel,rhododendron sp? and pine in North Carolina/North Ga taht keep you wanting more also since it's so gorgeous up there. Could do without all the crowds though, which in Colorado you have but just not as much. You definitely don't have near that problem in MontanaI'm sure with fishing.